Recipe: lightly grilled fillet of beef with Dijon crème at Spiseliv.dk

Our head chef, Jimmi Bengtsson, experimented with beef fillet, Dijon mustard, cherry tomatoes and fresh horseradish for the food festival, Copenhagen Cooking  – and the regulars had a new favourite. You will find his recipe at culinary website, Spiseliv.dk – or at the bottom of this page.

Our head chef, Jimmi Bengtsson, experimented with beef fillet, Dijon mustard, cherry tomatoes and fresh horseradish for the food festival, Copenhagen Cooking – and the regulars had a new favourite. You will find his recipe at culinary website, Spiseliv.dk – or at the bottom of this page.

”Restaurant Kronborg twisted the traditional Danish open-faced sandwiches for the food festival, Copenhagen Cooking 2013 – Winter Edition. Chef Jimmi Bengtsson experimented with beef fillet, Dijon mustard, cherry tomatoes and fresh horseradish – and the regulars had a new favourite,” writes culinary website, Spiseliv.dk

You will find Jimmi’s recipe for lightly grilled fillet of beef with Dijon crème, baked cherry tomatoes and fresh horseradish at Spiseliv.dk (in Danish) or below (in English).

More lightly grilled fillet of beef with Dijon crème
You can be as lucky as to find the lightly grilled fillet of beef with Dijon crème, baked cherry tomatoes and fresh horseradish for lunch on the blackboard at Restaurant Kronborg.
Beer Ambassador, Kasper Larsen, from artisan brewery Nørrebro Bryghus recommends that you enjoy a Bombay Pale Ale with the lightly grilled fillet of beef.

Recipe for lightly grilled fillet of beef with Dijon crème, baked cherry tomatoes and fresh horseradish   Continue reading →

Recipe: Honeyglazed Apple and Pork at Spiseliv.dk

Our head chef, Jimmi Bengtsson, twisted the traditional Danish dish, pan-fried apple and pork, for the food festival, Copenhagen Cooking, and created the delicious honeyglazed pork with sweet and sour apples. You will find his recipe at culinary website, Spiseliv.dk – or at the bottom of this page.

Our head chef, Jimmi Bengtsson, twisted the traditional Danish dish, pan-fried apple and pork, for the food festival, Copenhagen Cooking, and created the delicious honeyglazed pork with sweet and sour apples. You will find his recipe at culinary website, Spiseliv.dk – or at the bottom of this page.

”Restaurant Kronborg twisted the traditional Danish open-faced sandwiches for the food festival, Copenhagen Cooking 2013 – Winter Edition. Chef Jimmi Bengtsson experimented with the popular, traditional dish, pan-fried apple and pork – and the classic dish was reborn with a twist,” writes culinary website, Spiseliv.dk.
You will find Jimmi’s recipe for honey-glazed pork with pan-fried sweet and sour apples and lingonberries at Spiseliv.dk (in Danish) or below (in English).

More honey-glazed apple and pork
You can be as lucky as to find the honey-glazed apple and pork for lunch on the blackboard at Restaurant Kronborg.
Beer ambassador, Kasper Larsen, from artisan brewery Nørrebro Bryghus recommends that you enjoy a King’s County Brown for the honey-glazed apple and pork.

Recipe for honey-glazed pork with sweet and sour apples and lingonberries   Continue reading →